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PAGE TWO T HE MICHIGAN DAILY FRI

DAY, DECEMBER 14, 194

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Puxblication inthe Bulletin is constructie notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

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Dames Predicts .Early Return Of Prosperity

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

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LAUNDRY

FOR SALE: Will sacrifice ladies' $485

W IRFRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1934]
VOL XLV No. 69
Notices]
To The Members of the University
,Senate:
N E W S ofth
WN SAt the meeting of the University l
Council on Dec. 10, Professor W. A.
'McLaughlin was reelected as a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of theI
ve Burned To Death, Michigan Union, for a three year
Three Drowned In East period.
Louis A. Hopkins,
(By Associated Press) Secretary Unversity Council

Room 231 Angell Hall, by Charles
D. Jones, district manager for the
American Bitumuls Company of San
Francisco. The lecture will be il-
lustrated with lantern slides, moving!
pictures, and samples showing this
new type construction of roads and
pavements, walks, tennis courts, play-
grounds and airports. Large photo-
graphs of this method in practice are
now on exhibit in Room 404, South
Wing.
Thomas Minehan, professor of so-

- -t--raccoon coat, $100. Excellent con-
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned. dition. Phone 5772. 4
Careful work at low price. 4x - -
--- -- -LIMITED, signed editions, beautiful.
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea- rare, old and new books for Xmas
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006 presents. Colonial Book Shop, 303
9x__-_---- - N. Division. 11
PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry WANTED
problems of our customers. Girls' WANTED: Diamond. Write informa-
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-ition as to price and duality. If in-
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty. terested reply by Saturday, Box
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594 32, Mich. Daily. 17
611 E. Hoover. 2x
WANTED: Salesmen to sell clothing.
Students who need extra money
LOST: Whittenhauer watch. White take notice. See Sam Ellis, at the
gold case and bracelet. Initials M.E. Fair, 200 N. Main. 7xa
on back. Reward. Alpha Delta Pi, -
6765. JBOARDERS WANTED: Wholesome
- ~ --- --- - - --- meals in private home, 13 meals,
LOST "Fad" wrist watch at Union. $3.00. 320 Thompson Street. 14
Reward to finder. Call 8884, ask _
for Ross. 12 WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW

England hills.
In their blazing farm home near
Bedford, Va., four girls burned to
death and a- woman was suffocatedt
in a fire at Brooklyn, Mass.
Hanley illay Not Coach
Next N.U. Football Teamj
EVANSTON, Ill., Dec. 13 -( R) -
Rn haardiR. Min)HanP.nur nhani v

oucl-eta y~~~, U1 umy1 uxl
ciology at the University of Minneso-
ta, and author of the successful book,
University Broadcasting: E"Boy and Girl Tramps in America,"
9:15-9:30 a.m. -- Laboratory Pro- will lecture Friday at 8 p.m., in HillI
gram for Speech Department Class. Auditorium. The subject will be
2:00-2:30 p.m.- Student Health "Boy and Girl Tramps in America."l
Series --Topic, "What Teeth Mean Professor Minehan is the featured
to a Man," Dr. Ralph F. Sommer, speaker of the first session of thel
Assistant Professor of Operative Michigan Youth Congress. The gen-
Dentistry. eral public is invited. Admission 35
cents.
To Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their pos-
session books drawn from the Uni- Public Lecture:?
versity Library are notified that such Dr. Leslie White will speak under'
books are due Monday, Dec. 17, be- the auspices of the Hindustan club
fore the impending Christmas vaca- on the stone age cultures of Europe
tion, in pursuance of the University and America and the origin of agri-,
regulation: culture and animal husbandry, on!
"Students who leave Ann Ar- Friday, Dec. 14, 8 p.m., Lane Hall.
bor for more than a week must The lecture will be illustrated and
return all borrowed books." preceded by Chinese and Indian
Books needed between Dec. 17 and music. No admission fee.

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LOST: A. O. Pi pin on campus. Finder
please call Mary Alice Emmett. Call
2-2281. Reward. 10

suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5. 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 7x

FORSALEK_- NOTICE
TEN SCOTTIE PUPS: Pedigreed, reg. FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
A.K.C., 6 weeks, sired by Son Ch. possessed and repurchased cars
Ardmore Legacy. Dam granddaugh- I any 1934 cars with low mileage
ter of Ch. Tweburn Clincher and included. We will trade and extend
Ch. Landon Lands. 1313 S. State. 311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. lox
18 convenient terms. Open evenings.
OWN A PLEASANT collie, husky, in- ~~ ~ ~
- FOR RENT -- APART~frENTS

the beginning of vacation may be re-
tained upon applicationat the charg-

--Associated Press Photo
Gen. Charles G. Dawes (right), former vice-president, predicts real
presperity will return to the nation r cxt summer - in June er July. At
that time, he told the Chicago association of commerce, there will be a
rush for durable gocds. "And when that rush comes," he said, "it is the
beginning of real prosperity." He is shown with George W. Young,
president of the association.

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versity football team in 1935, it was ing desk. Events Today
indicated tonight. ' 2. Failure to return books beforeI
There was no official comment, but thennr Union Opera Forum: Sir Herbert B.-
it was reported that the Universityt he vacation will render the student Ames will speak this afternoon on
faculty athletic committee had voted liable to an extra fine. The Little Entente in present day{
against extending Hanley another 3. Stdts remaining i ks ; European Politics." North lounge
acgantt alyadD.Wle may charge and renew books for of the Union at 3 p.m. No admission.
contract. Hanley and Dr. Walter seven-day periods beginning Dec. 17.
Dill Scott, president of the Univer- 4. Students leaving town who have Open to the public.
sity, conferred today for several hours, urgent need for books during the
but neither had anything definite vacation period will be given permis- English Journal Club meets at 7:30
to say. sion to take such books with them, p.m., in the League. The topic off
provided they are not in general de- discussion will be the Bacon-Shakes-
mand, on application at the office of peare controversy, the speakers being
h Service the Superintendent of Circulation. Mr. Scholten, Miss Munro, Miss Cum-
Wn. M.- Bishop, Librarian mings, and Mr. Wakefield. The pub-

tclligent, sable and white puppies
for sale sired by Champion Future
of Aiken. Forty-three champions of
ancestry. Outstanding quality at a
reasonable price. A. L. Mitchell, 1313
South State Street. 15

FOR RENT: Apartment with private
bath and shower. Also large double
room with hot and cold running
water. Available now. Dial 8544.
422 E. Washington. 16

Skin Tests For Tuberculosis
Are Discussed By Dr. Bell

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lic is cordially invited.
IConnargtin31Students: Dance

Candidates for 'the Teacher's Cer-

* tificate: A tentative list of candidates! Iiht at the Congregational Church
CContinue RiseCollegfChmf
in the School of Education, College m 9 to 1 to the music of the
of Literature, Science, and the Arts, ( Rhythm Makers Orchestra. During
and the Graduate School to be recom- the intermission there will be a tap
Dr. Smith Cites Increase ! mended for the Teacher's Certificate dancing specialty. Admission 25
In isp-yCalls And in February and June, 1935, has been ts
spensry C sA dposted on the bulletin board in Room cents.
Laboratory Tests 1431 University Elementary School.
Any student whose name does not Coming Events
Seemingly limitless continued in-. appear on this list and who wishesj
crease in dispensary calls and the to be so listed should report this fact Motion Pictures and Lantern Slides
doubling of laboratory examinations at once to the Recorder of the School of Camp Davis, Jackson Hole, and
are the most remarkable compari- of Education, 1437 U.E.S. the Yellowstone Park will be exhib-
sons in the November experience of (1ited in Room 348, West Engineering
the Health Service, Dr. Nelson M. Househeads, Sorority Chaperons, Building, beginning at 2:15 p.m.,
Snith, Health Service physicianf Dormitory Directors: On Dec. 21, Monday, Dec. 17.
stated in the monthly report released , please send to the office of the Dean The seating capacity of the room
yesterday. of Women a list of all students leav- is ample to accommodate all who may
"The continued increase in use of ing Ann Arbor before that date. be interested.
the dietetic service instituted last Jeannette Perry,
December is indeed gratifying," Dr. I Assistant Dean of Women i Phi Delta Kappa: Luncheon meet-
Smith said. "Seventy-five new pa- - ing ,Saturday, Dec. 15, 1:15 p.m., the
tients were seen this month and 226 Attention Dormitories, Zones and Michigan Union. Dr. Paul Rankin, of'
conferences were given. Instruction Sororities: All Activity Chart blanks the Detroit Board of Education, will
in the high caloric diet still contin- must be called for at the Under- discuss the high-lights of the In-
ues to lead the field of special diets, graduate offices of the League and dianapolis Convention. General busi-
with sensitization tests second." returned by noon on Tuesday, Dec.' ness meeting will follow.
Dr. Smith compared the work of 18, or no credit will be given to
the mrnth wi t h trresnnnaI houses that have not turned in these ,1University Women: Anyone inter-

blanks.
Angell Hal ObservatoryA:
The public is invited to the Angell
Hall Observatory from 7:30 to 10:00
this evening to observe the moon.
Children must be accompanied by
adults.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors:
Will you kindly fill out a personnel
card immediately. Room 221 West4
Engineering Bldg.
H. C. Anderson
Contemporary: .All subscription
money and receipts must be turned
in and checked at the office, Student
Publications Building, by 5:30 p.m.,'
Saturday, Dec. 15.
Students from Corning, N. Y.: The
Corning University of Michigan Club
is sponsoring a reception Sunday,
Dec. 30, at the Corning Country Club
to greet University of Michigan stu-
dents home for the Christmas holi-
days. The reception is from 4 to 6
p.m.
Lectures
Public Lecture:
L. Williams, assistant curator of
economic botany in the Field Mu-'
seum of Natural History, Chicago,
will give a lecture, illustrated with
colored stereopticon slides, on thel
Marshall Field Expedition 'to the
Amazon, 1929-1930, on Friday, Dec.
14, at 8 p.m., in Room 2003 Natural
Science Building.
Modern Construction: A lecture on'
"The Use of Emulsified Asphalt in
Modern Construction" will be given
on Monday, Dec. 17, from 3 to 5 p.m.,'

ested in being rated as a Woman's
Basketball Official may try out on
Saturday, Dec. 15, at Barbour Gym-
nasium, at 9 a.m. There will be a
written examination, as well as a
practical examination in refereeing
and umpiring. Further information
may be obtained from Prof. Laurie E.
Campbell.
Outing for Graduate Students: The
I Graduate Outing Club is sponsoring
I a Christmas party for graduate stu-
dents at Sylvan Estates Saturday
afternoon and evening, leaving Lane
Hall at 3:00. Reservations, which are
absolutely necessary, may be made at
Lane Hall or with Mr. and Mrs. Whit-
aker, 5745; they must be made not
later than Friday. The charge for
transportation and supper will be
about 75 cents. Wear clothing suit-
able for winter sports.
Cosmopolitan Club: Christmas
Party, dance and other entertainment,
Dec. 15, Lane Hall, 9 to 12 p.m. Ladies
free. Members 35 cents, non-mem-
bers 50 cents.
Lutheran Student Club will hold
its last meeting before the Christmas
holidays on Sunday, Dec. 16, at 5:301
o'clock in the parish hall of the
Zion Lutheran Church. The meet-
ing will be a Christmas party. Mem-
bers of the club are reminded to bring
a ten cent gift to exchange when
names are drawn.
TO ENTERTAIN RUTHVEN
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will be the guest of honor and princi-
pal speaker at a dinner meeting of
the University Club of Gary, Ind.,
Dec. 22, in the Venetian Room of the
Hotel Gary.

By DR. MARGARET BELL through life. When infection takes __________
This article is written in an effort place we know that over 90 per cent!
to make clear to the students, es- of it localizes in the lungs and that AT T I s-mmus "GENTLEMEN ARE
pecially the women who have had the pect of tuberculosis. Therefore, in BORN"
advantage of this test, its value in all positive reactions, an X-ray of A Frst National Picture directed by
the prevention of tuberculosis. It the lungs should be taken and the Alfred E. Green and featuring Fran-
is well to remember that the key-note presence or absence, extent, localiza- chLinosa oean; Al'andn Mvraret
of the Health Service work is pre- tion and character of the infected and Nick Foran. Also a Thelma Todd-
vention. A very serious and enlight- f focus searched for. rtyKelly slap icrkcomedy; 'Beauty
adte 3ast' color cartoon; Para-
ened effort is made to use every de- In Dr. Chadwick's experience with nuount newsreel.i
vice to anticipate and eradicate dis- school children, about 30 out of every "Gentlemen Are Burn" is an un-
ease. In such a program it imme- 100 showed evidence of past in-
diately becomes obvious that the fection, and about five had signs of
shortest course to success is the ac- its localization in the glands of the attempt to portray the difficulties
curate education of the student in chest, while one in every 200 had encountered by four "average" college
preventive measures, definite tuberculosis of the lungs graduates who leave school believing,
The skin test coupled with the that needed immediate treatment. Ias Franchot Tone puts it, that the
X-ray is at present the most refined There is no other way of being sure world is their oyster, and that all
and only way of recognizing the very to find this one student in two hun- they have to do is open it. Just
earliest stages of this disease. Ob- dred that needs prompt help. In x
viously this becomes an expensive other cases, one finds enough old proves or attempts to rove, shows
method when carried out on a large healed tuberculosis to be able to ad-1 p pe tohois a lite g,
group of students and necessarily is - vise the student about their future or aeep tosho is a nlevague,
for here briefly is the conglomeration
of great advantage to such a group. life, that might avoid awakening a of events that befall the four young
This test was given to women stu- Idormant disease focus. men and the three girls three of them
dents because young women of col- It means that the healthy have to lovef
lege age represent the group that is go through a lot of seemingly un-
most susceptible to pulmonary tuber- necessary examinations to protect the ranchot Tone is moderately su-
culosis. few and have their own assurance of cessful, secuing after a time a job
Sine eptmbr, 93, tisski tsthealth. There is no other 'way of I on a newspaper and marrying a so-
Since September, 1931, this skin test h lh hrei oohe a fciaite who finally picks him over a
has been incorporated in the women's separating the many from the few. ihie "who a l supmor a
entering medical examinations, A It is found in the apparently healthy rich friend "who could support her
preparation called tuberculin was in-, as often as in the obviously diseased. in thedk style to which she is accus-
" Wih tesefacs inmin, i isin-tomed." Nick Foran, a star footballer
jected into the skin of the arm, and IWith these facts in mind, it is in- .
ject d ino th skitof he a m, a d incollege, can get no work for months,
if a red halo appeared in 48 hours, teresting to realize that while rela-
the test was read as positive. About tively few infants present readings
30 per cent so reacted. Each individ- of positive tuberculin, that with each
ual who had a positive reaction was ; added year an increasing numbera
given the privilege of X-ray. Of the show positive reaction.
total number X-rayed, about 3 per Now it is obvious that if the in-
cent were regarded as deserving of fection is found in larger and larger
special care. About twice this num- percentages as students grow older, ONlV r 1
ber were set aside for observation it is not enough to content one's self
and no diagnoses were made. with one examination at the age of
The interpretation of a negative'18. If one is negative at 18, one * GINGER ALE
reactiontesggeneraly thata the indi might as easily become positive at 19 ER l
recini{eeal httemi' r2 steohrhdbcm oi-
vidual has never been infected with or 20 aste before 18. In fact, the older one 0 LI ME RI CKEY
the tubercule bacillus. The meaning gets and the wider contact one makes
of a postive reaction is that the the eo ntte e
individual has at some time during with life, the more opportunity thereC B
is for infection. Therefore, it is im-
ite, from infancy on, been soinfected. portant that students who are nega- For Best Mixing Results.
Ituprosay dosa ntmean tubercu- tive one year should be re-tested later
lous disease of an active kind, but ' odtriei ifcinmyhv
simpy mens pevius ifecton o determine if infection may have
simply means previous infection' taken place during the interval. If
bottle of aw hiak vinfectefrom w it has, an X-ray will be taken and JOHN BURKHART, Dis.
taken during infancy, or the chance judged in the light of the findings. 721 Brooks St. Phone 4766
tyIt is doubly important that this nega-
contact with a carrier of the disease I tive group be followed for it is among
in the home, school, or elsewhere. I the young women of this age that
It does not mean susceptibility to we have had the most difficulty in Matinees 30c
this or any other disease. The harm- controlling tuberculosis. Nights 40c M A
lessness of the test has been demon- _-g-- -hENDING TONIGHT-Show
strated over and over again on many Don't Miss This G
hundreds of thousands of children in EXPE RT PRINTING "THE GAY
this country and the world over. LETTERHELIDS - ENVELOPES
Two or three weeks after the in- PROGRAMS - BIDS EFed Astaire - Ginger Rogers
fection takes place, certain changes The ATHENS PRESS STARTING
occur in the body which makes the 206 N. Ah NS ontw I C I NS B T Ll
skin sensitive to tuberculin and this 2b N. xtin - Downtown F IC TI0 ' BE ST L
sensitiveness as a rule persists(s
ThE HOUSE OF HITS
T Today, Friday and Saturday
1 Is A College Diploma Worth the
Sheepskin I t Is Written On?
Shesi I sWite n HOUJLD YOU STAY AWAY FROM COLLEGE MEN. -
When You're Picking a Husband?
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TO MEN
Who Are
Discouraged with
Poor Razor BIades.
W E recommend the Weck
Sextoblade Razor. In
this razor you get the old
straight razor comfort with
safety in addition. The blades
ame made from the World's
Best Razor Steel and Finished
on a Good Old Austrian
WMater Hone. q They are
different from Wafer Blades
ground out by the millions on
automatic machines: ( Sold
on a money back guarAntee.
SCHLENKER HARDWARE
Company
213 West Liberty

und finally is fired from a truck
driving job only to be shot and killed
j after an impulsive $10 robbery. Ross
Alexander marries his blonde Jean
Muir, and they have a baby which
I they cannot afford. The fourth of the
graduates drops disconsolately out of
the picture after the father he idolizes
kills himself over a business failure.
To the interested senior who views
"Gentlemen Are Born" no moral is
pointed, no way is suggested to him
to "crack the oyster." The picture
seems to be, from what the reviewer
believes to be an impartial viewpoint,
nothing more than a rather moderate-
; ly entertaining succession of episodes

which are built on shaky enough stufn,
enlivened by the engaging Franchot
Tone and the enthusiastic Ross Alex-
ander, and nearly destroyed by hor-
rid Hollywoodisms that make the
characters seem as unreal as - well,
as unreal as a good job doing what
we want after we graduate.
--G.M.W.,Jr.

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